Antonio Storel is a senior Economics Consultant with focus on agriculture economics, and in depth knowledge of how Macroeconomics impacts Food and the Environment. Storel is also a Specialist in the Systemic Management of Organic Solid Waste.
He served as the Technical Director of CEASA-Campinas, Head of the Technical Division of INCRA-SP, Coordinator of Organic Residues for the city of São Paulo and as a senior researcher at the SEADE Foundation, FUNDUNESP, FEPAF-UNESP, FESPSP and PROTER-PUC- SP.
He was part of the working group of the CONAMA Resolution No. 481/2017, the piece of legislation that regulated environmental standards for composting and is currently a Technical Advisor at Ecozinha Institute. Antonio is one of Brazil’s top experts and consultant or technician responsible for the implementation of several Composting Yards across Brazil.
Graduated as an Agricultural Engineer from the Higher School of Agriculture “Luiz de Queiroz” of the University of São Paulo (1987), he is a specialist in Agrarian Standards from the Brazilian Society by the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás (1987). He further his studies in Agrarian Systems by the Land Program of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo in 1988, and gained his Master in Economic Development, Space and Environment from the Institute of Economics of the State University of Campinas (2003). Storel also did his Postgraduate studies in Management and Public Policies at the São Paulo State School of Sociology and Politics Foundation (2014).
Specialization in Management and Public Policies at the School of Sociology and Politics of São Paulo, Brazil (2013-2014)
PhD in Applied Economics at Institute of Economics UNICAMP, IE-UNICAMP, (Brasil-2004)
Master in Economic Development, Space and Environment at Institute of Economics UNICAMP, IE-UNICAMP, Brazil (1999-2003)
Improvement course in agricultural systems of high Araraquarense, Programa da Terra da PUCCSP, Brazil (1987-1988)
Specialization in Agrarian Reality of the Brazilian Society at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás, PUC GOIÁS, (Brazil-1987)
Graduation in Agronomic Engineering, School of Agriculture “Luiz de Queiroz”, ESALQ-USP, Brazil (1981-1987)
2019 – finalist of C40 Cities Bloomberg Philanthropies Awards 2019: Sustainable Waste Management, C40 Cities & Bloomberg Philanthropies
2016 – Mayors Challenge 2016 – SÃO PAULO Grand Prize Winner: (Connect The Dots Project), Bloomberg Philanhtropies
2004 – Efficient School Lunch Manager: Capitals and Large Cities: Non-Governmental Organization Zero Hunger Action (recommended by the Public Ministry of the State of SP)
1995 – Cores da Cidade 1995 (Cores da Cidade Project – Santos-SP): Roberto Marinho Foundation and Tintas Ypiranga; AKZO Nobel